NCCA Call for Research Proposals in Philippines

NCCA Call for Research Proposals in Philippines

NCCA Call for Research Proposals in Philippines

The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) encourages and supports the conduct of research and the utilization and dissemination of research outputs on culture and the arts in the Philippines.

NCCA support for research comes in the form of awards for individuals and grants for organizations.

Research awards and grants shall be given to outstanding projects in the coming year:

  • Research Award for an Individual (regular) – 300,000 (6 slots)
  • Research Award for an Organization (regular) – 500, 000 (1 slot)
  • Community Research (Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao) – 500,000 (3 slots)
  • Ph.D. Dissertation Award – 150, 000 (4 slots)
  • MA Thesis Award – 75,000 (8 slots)

    NCCA Call for Research Proposals in Philippines - Duration

    Projects must be implemented from January 1 – October 31 next year.

    NCCA Call for Research Proposals in Philippines - Eligibility Criteria Individual

  • He must have a track record of successful completion of at least one research project on the Arts and Culture prior to application.
  • Evidence required is a Copy of the Research Report accompanied by a Certification of its authenticity and successful completion by an external reviewer or adviser.
  • This certification may be issued by a school/college/university, the parish priest/pastor with a verifiable identification and address/contact details, or by a barangay chairman, mayor, governor, or IP community leader.
  • He/she must have presented the results of the completed research conducted at a public lecture/performance, in a regional conference (at least) or in a reputable, refereed publication
  • Evidence required is a certification from the organizers and a copy of the program showing the presentation, or a copy of the publication.
  • The presentation must have been made within the last 5-10 years.

    Organization

  • The organization must be non-stock, non-profit, and may be a PO or CSO. It should have proof of eligibility to receive and handle public funds.
  • The organization must have a track record of successful completion at least one research project on the Arts and Culture prior to the application – or the Lead Researcher must have this qualification/
  • Evidence required is a Copy of the Research Report accompanied by a Certification of its authenticity and successful completion by an external reviewer or adviser.
  • This certification may be issued by a school/college/university, the parish priest/pastor with a verifiable identification and address/contact details, or by a barangay chairman, mayor, governor, or IP community leader.
  • The organization must have disseminated the results of the completed research at a public lecture/performance, in at least a regional conference, or in a reputable, refereed publication.
  • Evidence required is a certification from the organizers and a copy of the program showing the presentation, or a copy of the publication.
  • The presentation must have been made within the last 5-10 years.

    Community Research

  • The award may be to an individual or an organization, who must be recognized by the specific community as representing that community or working with them as a partner or consultant.

    There should be a document signed by the community elder/leader that contains a brief description of the individual’s or organization’s part involvement with the community (1-3 years).

  • Existing guidelines for research awards to individuals apply to community research by an individual; guidelines for grants to organizations apply to community research by an organization.
  • The TWG may decide to reassign slots to meritorious/qualified proposals in case there are no takers from a region but there are more qualified applicants than the number of slots for another region.
  • The NCCA through the TWG may assign a mentor to provide technical assistance to a community research project when deemed necessary.

    The cost of the mentoring/technical assistance will be charged to funds from unused award/grant slots when available.

    Apply by 30th September.

    For more information and application details, see; NCCA Call for Research Proposals in Philippines

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